This Quick Chilled Soup Recipe Is Rich and Refreshing

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ALL THAT BUZZ A drizzle of honey is optional here. But its sweetness, acidity and umami quality lend depth to high-summer tomatoes.



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JENNY HUANG FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, FOOD STYLING BY Tyna Hoang, PROP STYLING BY SOPHIE STRANGIO

The Chef: Ryan Bartlow



Illustration:

Matthew Cook

His Restaurants: Ernesto’s in New York City.

What He’s Known For: Cooking Spanish classics without compromise. Paying homage to regional traditions. Raising New York’s tapas game.

AS A YOUNG CHEF Ryan Bartlow chanced on the “El Bulli” cookbook by Spanish molecular gastronomist Ferran Adrià

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Gas stations, liquor stores allowed to snap up benefit money without providing extensive healthy food options

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(InvestigateTV/Gray News) – Driving through almost any town in rural America, gas stations have peculiar selections.

Of course, there’s the usual road trip fare: soda, chips and candy. Maybe a section of T-shirts with funny slogans or essentials for your car such as containers of oil and antifreeze.

But there’s often also the out-of-place package of ham in the beer cooler. A random few frozen meals tucked in near the bags of ice. Or an odd bunch of bananas in a basket at the checkout.

The reason in many cases: Stores are working to meet the minimum requirements to accept

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6 No-Cook Vegetarian Meals Perfect for Hot Summer Days

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ICYMI, it’s f***ing hot outside. And not to go full-on One Tree Hill levels of dramatic, but having to use my oven or stovetop when the heat is already sweltering

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Woman accused of killing husband with ATV after argument over food, divorce request

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WANETTE, Okla. (KFOR) – An Oklahoma woman faces a second-degree murder charge for allegedly running over her husband with an ATV at a campground after an argument over food led to the husband asking for a divorce.

Christopher Lewis’ son, Christian Cornett, told KFOR a fight between his father and stepmother initially started over food, but then escalated.

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